Why us

Why choose the Faculty of Logistics and International Trade.
Why should you become a student of the Faculty of Logistics and International Trade?
The Faculty of Logistics and International Trade offers you many opportunities to learn, create and develop your future career.
Here are the reasons you should choose the Faculty of Logistics and International Trade:

  1. Wide choice of majors in international business and trade, global supply chain
    With training disciplines suitable to the trend of global economic development in the 4.0 era: International Business, Logistics and Supply Chain; Ecommerce.
    Businesses are in high demand to recruit graduates from these industries.
  2. Opportunity to study and practice with lecturers from businesses
    40% of the teaching staff are senior administrators.
    Lessons are designed with real-life situations.
  3. Quality learning methods
    A variety of learning approaches that emphasize career preparation: lectures, group presentations, applied research, business tours, simulated office work, cognitive internships and graduate internships, learning through community service, talking with guest speakers.
  4. Close relationship with organizations/enterprises
    Partnerships with more than 100 businesses
    Job market
    Workshops with businesses
    Real interview practice contests
  5. School life and diverse student support services
    Two new facilities were built with modern classrooms and equipment, a full library of documents.
    Active clubs attract students to participate in many fields.
    The learning environment facilitates the development of 21st century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, collaborative problem solving, information technology application, personal responsibility and social responsibility. festival.
    Students receive support and guidance during key stages (admission, appropriate study planning, internship, major selection, career planning, job search).
  6. Global Citizen Orientation
    35% of specialized subjects are taught in English by experienced lecturers, trained abroad.
    Students are encouraged to take semester abroad, participate in internships abroad.
    Students are facilitated to participate in student exchange programs abroad, participate in two national and international competitions (Nielsen Case Competition and PolyU Global Student Challenge).
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